No significant progress was achieved during the discussion, but the lines of communication remain open. Harry Kane will be travelling with the Spurs team to Australia on Friday, and the club wants to lock him down with a new contract before the end of the current campaign when he may join a Premier League opponent.
On Thursday, Daniel Levy and Jan-Christian Dreesen, the CEO of Bayern Munich, met to talk about the potential transfer of Harry Kane.
No substantive progress was achieved, but the lines of communication remain open, Sky Sports News has been informed. Levy and Bayern have spoken and interacted before.
Tottenham will continue to try to persuade Kane to sign a lucrative contract extension but worry that if he expires his current term, he would join a Premier League competitor.
At this point, Kane has not ruled out any options, and he will travel to Australia with the Tottenham team on Friday for their preseason trip.
Kane met with the new Spurs manager Ange Postecoglou on Wednesday. This week, Sky Sports News revealed that negotiations between Tottenham and Bayern regarding the purchase of Kane had taken place.
Postecoglou has made it obvious that he wants Kane to be a part of the team he builds to play exciting, attacking football.
If he does indeed begin the season in England, the club will have the opportunity to demonstrate to him and other senior players that a more upbeat attitude is possible than in recent years.
Kane is believed to desire to join Bayern, and if he leaves in the upcoming weeks, that seems to be where he will go. Tottenham has made it clear that they do not want to sell their all-time leading scorer, and they will not even consider accepting the £70 million Bayern is willing to offer.
The 213 goals the England captain has scored for Spurs place him second all-time in Premier League scoring behind Alan Shearer. To break the record, he needs 48 more goals.
While Spurs only managed to finish seventh last season, Kane scored an incredible 30 league goals.
With Erik ten Hag turning his attention to Rasmus Hojlund of Denmark, it is evident that Tottenham would not sell to an English team during this transfer window, shutting out a move to Manchester United.